This post is one of a series in the #Innovate4Health policy research initiative. For centuries, people have been fascinated with and assisted by wearable technology.
Saudi Arabia thus shows that healthcare innovation happens throughout the world. The work of Saudi entrepreneurs holds promise for solving both economic and health challenges in the Kingdom.
Global health agency Unitaid has helped millions in low- and middle-income countries through its constructive and collaborative approach to intellectual property rights (IPRs).
According to a major study in Lancet, India has made solid progress in reducing deaths from common non-communicable diseases, such as cancer,
CodeBlue wrote an article, “Low Cost Measures To Tackle Health SDGs Proposed Ahead of UN Meeting” highlighting the major recommendations of the Improving Access to Medicines report that a coalition of think tanks, including Geneva Network, published ahead of the 74th session of the United
As parties to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Canada and Mexico have agreed to adopt important intellectual property protections for biologic medicines.
The Innovate4Health project tells the exciting story of people who are solving the world’s biggest health challenges through innovation.
Mr Odon’s imagination allowed him to look at an old problem in new way. But the long road to commercialisation has required cooperation, investment and perspiration — and that is where intellectual property rights have been key.
The Colombian government must look at healthcare as a powerful source of economic growth.